The Chevrolet Camaro almost had another name entirely. The 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS would have been the Chevrolet Panther, but the company's preference for naming its cars with a "C" won out. After that, the Panther name died out as an elaborate PR scheme. The 1969 Camaro is a first generation, and it was Chevrolet's response to the Ford Mustang. When it hit the market, it piqued the interest of car enthusiasts everywhere because it did not look like anything else on the road. The Super Sport features a bigger base than the standard model, which causes some differences in suspension, and it comes with a different hood. The interior of Chevrolet's first generation cars was meant to provide luxury to the owner, and the only thing that changed for the 1969 release was that it received a new instrument panel. There are many reliable sellers on eBay selling the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS in various conditions. With such a wide selection at your disposal, you can find the perfect Camaro for your personality.